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Tribune foreign correspondentTihun Nebiyu the goat herder doesn't want to marry. She is adamant about this. But in her village nobody heeds the opinions of headstrong little girls. That's why she's kneeling in the filigreed shade of her favorite thorn tree, dropping beetles down her...
Here is a list of selected government tourist offices. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-1234; dial 0 and ask for the number of the country's U.N. delegation. Anguilla: Anguilla Tourist Board, (800) 553-...
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++++++++++++++++++++ || Yeneneh Betru || ++++++++++++++++++++ A native of Ethiopia who was raised in Saudi Arabia, Yeneneh Betru, 35, came to the United States as a young man for an education. He got one, at a boarding school in Colorado and then Loyola...
Sun StaffAcknowledging their timing couldn't be worse, leaders of two of the largest religious international relief organizations are pressing the U.S. government for an additional $350 million in emergency food aid to head off famine in Ethiopia and Eritrea. The...
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Times Staff WriterFINCHAWA, Ethiopia -- Machete in hand, Batire Baramo steps out of her mud hut before dinnertime and begins whacking at the base of a struggling young tree. A cornfield lies nearby, every stalk stunted and barren. A coffee bush wilts in a patch of earth...
Sun-SentinelPORT-AU-PRINCE--The floods that blight the seaside slum known as God's Village arrive with a vengeance, even on days when the rains are light. Waves of coffee-colored mud slide off the mountains into canals heaping with garbage. Sewers overflow and stone...
Tribune staff reporterAt the age of 7, John Koor outran government soldiers who chased him hundreds of miles through the savanna of Sudan. For most of his adolescence, he lived on less than one meal a day in a refugee camp. But finding employment in a post-Sept. 11 United...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEarly in "the session," the 45 artists began singing the chorus: We are the world We are the children We are the ones who make a brighter day So, let's start giving. . . . And to their horror, many of the men discovered that the key was far too...
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